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SprriMMfi it, 1881
V are pteair J to note this wrek a little more Mir
and buttle in buslm. iiftis the Virions planta
hon agenci Mng Miggetl in their apportionment of
Iortujpi laborers by th steamer Aiiim, which are
rived 'M Saturday" from St Michaels wtth ti8i immi
grants, men, women and children; to the Hoard rS Im
migration Many tX thM were forwarded on tiiMday
t5 Matiiand Hawaii, and others agiin rm Ihtirulay In
the Ime n( retail trade, an improvement hat also lirrn
Shipping movemets hare l"n somewli.il quiet this
wee V, the only dtpirtures so far ling simply rrturn
lumber vest! in ballast In arivAt, Us.de the Ifttnia,
above referred to, we have, m the 1 4t1i Inst , the Anna,
from an V rancisco, with a light cargo valued At aa
to,w and the AW, from firemen, with a varied
cargo of staple Kuropean merchandise, I he Kali
Itani getioiT todayfor Snn Francisco, wilha cargo
conMMing of 3,4 pigs, tugir, ,tji plcgs. rife and 579
HuiMmg improvements are At til going on throughout
the citynotall) in the. erection of residences on the
plains, mautcicf IWeUnia street. We also leirn Ihit
the Tntp property adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel, on
Ukhard street, ha Uen secured Ly Dr MtGrew, who
propo Immediate change thereon, and to throw th
frame into Hotel connection an ha Uert done with the
properties mauka. Quite an extensive land sale is also
reported to have liken fhceln the purthas by Mr
Sam, Parker Cf city and country prnjierllw of Ruth
Keehlcolani, embracing land In Maui, Hawaii and
Hie auction binmes hat been somewhat full thi
week, and hi the inaugunl stock sale on it land to
day, to take plice at the Pantheon Stable
Arrttnf ut Vint of lliiiiotntn
llanu, llrit . , Siunder. fm Hi. Mlchiels. Sep 9
Ishua, Mm., Iurenr, fm Ham and MoloVal "
t K 1 1 1 shop, Kerry, from Kauai ...
Kilauea Hew, Mm , Sear, from Kahnlut., "
i.tKCiike, aim , King, irom Ihio.
Malolo, ut from Ilnlcalaii
Spurt on the Wave, Am. sloop, I,ee, fm S. r .
Iwalani, aim , Male, f Koiu, Kau, Maalaca
Wnimanalo, Mm , Nrdson, from Walmanlo
Waim.lu. sch , from Haiku . ,, ,
I ihohho, sch , Kol Mt
Jennie, sch,, from Kauai
Anni, Am itch t McCultoch, fiom S V.
rn inw ok , koi nun, irom iirernen. .. .
Wallele, sch , from Mahko ..."
Haleikala, sch , from Pepeelceo ..."
Mee too, ach , from K 00 tail . ,.,... "
Manuokawni.sch , from Hnnamaulu "
Mokold, Mm., Mtfiregor from Knoliti. .. "
1 hukai, sell 1 from Wamlua ... "
Uilimi, k!i from Hanalei . ... , "
Jennie, sch , from Knuil . , . "
1 ehua, aim , from Hani and Molokoi ... M
hilitiea Hou, Mm , from halmlul . "16
rmerald. Am bfe., Ird, for Port lownwnd . fcepi 9
Nettie M ernll, nth, for Ijihaim. .. . '
l.eaht, ch , for Kohahkle "
C H, llnhop, Mm., Herry for Kauai ... ' 11
Ie1mj, Mm , I a wren, for Molokal and Maul '
Kilaura Hou, Mm , Sears, for Kaliului ...
Mokold, aim Mc(trtgor for Koolati , M
VaIoli, ach , lor Keukea '
Kaali, nch,, for Kuolau . .... . "
Cnienna. Kh.. f(ir llanalet .... "
nitcii" M.m, KIngf for 1 1 ifo ........ is
1 mma, ach , for Waiinie '
I-hukni, ach , for Wnialui . ......... "
Kaluna, ach , fur Koulau. ., " 13
Iwalnnl, Mm , ItitesforMnahei, KomA, Kau " 14
Mma, mrh , lloiiomu , "
lihohho, ch ,for Kau.ii . .. .. "
Kauikeaouli, ach ,for Honokaa , ...,( '
Prince, ach , for KiUuci . .... "
, 1 r mt-i t nie ft ( i. 1 pino, f,ct u recall the epochil cpiodw that (ttfig tc, wc, ncvcrthclc, feci aurctt thil the day
oftlanc'of'caTgo, awjrted'hVrd'wire, pVo "re the reign of the King, am! judge if Ihcy not far distant when it will require wincthing
q tjtat e,
Mm.m l,l ,.f - ,. .....4..! L.l.u -.
luce. ffrocerie. buddmtr materitl. etc . to W U Irwin
( iirMfT At Otowalu. Maul, Aug to the wife of
W P. lunradt, a daughter
DriA In tht city, Seft t, to the wife bf (1 I
Dethfl. a Aiuahtet
jACkmn In ihncit, Spt t,, to the wife of O 1- O,
jathott, 4N 1, K n , a arm. rh(inhrtn AttMranan
piper plea" copy
SMtTH-Kif KAitrnoFi In thi city, Sept t4,Atthere
Idence of the Ijrhle mother, by the Kev ii allace,
(, W Smith to.MiuN I- Kichardon
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBF.R 16, 1M1.
All matter for thp SAturdiy PrM ihoulil be
addrmed to the " SATURDAY PRESS,"
SlfAt I RAVI) JIE ;) AT A
When one ln down ealml) ami coihmIcis
the record of liim who now occupic the n
tlon of Premier of lhl government, It wouM
ccm ai If, virtually, a premium were placed
upon fraud. When W. M. Gitxon first mtcrcd
the Kingdom, he came ai a deliberate, lmnc
lei"i, ami liIaphcmou fraud, ami almnpiil
liimncif as one of the most tlioroiiKh and com
plete virt. Nor Ins the jlirlnt; record cser
licen wiped out or mrxltficil by sulrteepient enn"
fcMinrl, restitution, or good conduct, lie still
remains the same s)ntcmatic dccciir tint he
was in the beginning. This disreputable fraud
the sovereign Ins been unhappily misled into
promoting to the head of his government, it
is an intolerable grievance to hive such n char
acter over us. It is a grievance especially to
Americans, whom he impudently claims to
represent, when, as we showed list week, he
does not know his p-ircntagc. It is .1 grievance
and a wrong to every man in the kingdom with
any smse of honor and decency.
now hi I'nit,
AlHfl ril, Kottclinann . ... Or. Mc
Anna, McCuUmh, Am. sch
II W AlMV, hrreman . Am lk
Kalakaua. Miller llnw. !k
KaIK, Uoihfus . . Haw lik
I.aiiv l.AMrsnv, Marion . . llrit Lit
Makv l)olx;h, I'aul Am tern
Ninito .Haw. I.Klnc
Oiikhon, llarv.y , . llrit bV.
btoliT ON Tllf WAVP, te . Am loop
Alaska, Hclltiiap . . U S S
SArniu, ( lark II M. S
Kxjfctril ft'um VmrltiH 1'ntt.
ISiston, Am. tk, Martha Davis. .. Ifenion
Sepi is aa C Hrewerflc Co., ngts.
llttKMicN, llaw. bk, loi ani . Carrel
Oct 1-5 II llackfeldK.Co., nKn
(ll AW.OW. Ilnl bk. AliKKAMAN. . .
I o sail aboul miibll. of kep O W. Macfarlanr (it
HoNukiiNi., Gcr bk, Peiiio
loading, July 4.
lk'niuii ir, Am itb Cl aus SrKKCKiiLS Comins
(For Kabului.) now due.
I.IVKkickii, llril. bk. Clkncaiikh. . . Hiclnnl!
I.IVKHl'Oou, llrit. bk, UllHCK . S!clovlawki
I o Mil aboul Aug 20. 1. II Davies S. Co., ngls.
Nkw Castlk, nsw. Nic. bk.KKMIjlo . Howes
Nkw Yi.kk, Nor. bk. !mac3 .
Oct ij ?o. Cavtle A. Cooke, acts
Pom IIlakkiv, Am. bklne. Amklia
Sent is ao. Allen &. Robinson, liglii.
l'OKT IlLAKHLV, Am. bk. IEVK , .
Due CM. 1-5. Allen K. Robinvon, als.
POHT (fAMIILIt. Am. bk. 1-OKK.ST UUMEU
cr. .-i ll.Lr-1.1 VL l .- , 1 -
W ilder h Co.
PohtCamhik, Am. ch. M. K Smith, (for MahiAo
nat) bept 10-15 !! K 1 Co., act., lumber for
Wilder ft. Lo.
Port C.ahulk, Am lAtne. Kitap.. RoUnon
Due Sept. as-J U. Haclfeld A. Co , agts.
Port Oamuue, Am. LI. Huha Vista ,. Calhoun
Due Sent, a (-to. II. KuckfeM X. Co . acrtc
San Fkancic, as.s."SuE2. . 1odp
Sept. 16, W, O. Irwin S. Co , act.
San tBANCtsco, r m h. . Alhtraua 'lul!oh
Sept. 30. H. llaclfcM Co , azii.
San h ran Cisco, Am. bklne. Discovers, ,,Ierriman
Sept. 13 so. H. lUclftld ft. Co., agm,
San (kancisco, Am. LV. D C Murra Jenltt
Due Sept, so-5 F. A. Schaefer ft. Co , agtv
SVUNR, V. l, S, 5. ClTVOF NpW YORK . Cubh
Due Sept. aj, II, HackfeM & Co., ogt.
Utsaladv, Am bVtne Kukitat Cutler
Nov, due. II. llackfrldft.Co.uctl,
IlfiNdUULU, arr. Sept 9, Hr, Mm 11 ansa. Saunders, 60
nailing da) from Graccnd, and 53 das from St,
MlclmrW Left I.Ubon on July 3d and aritved at
bt, Michaeli July 6th. Took on Iward emicranti
and left July 14th, 6p, m. Ancliotedln .StmiHof Ma
celtau Aug. f4h; arned on Pacific side of the Straits
Auk. Bth, and at Iota, Chili, bunda, Aug, 13; sailed
Wednesday, 16th, at q p. in
Tlaw, bk.kale, Hothlus: left Hermcrhaven May 4. had
fine neither to as S , thence Mrontj gale W, S. W,
and W, N. W, to the cape. Off Staten Ihnd, was
hoe tixi fur two dayi unuer tower mam top-tail, wind
blowing a gale from S. K. From thence, had fine
weather to port. Sighted Hawaii Sept. 13th
The clirtonelt An,a airtved on 'Ihursday, 16 da)S
rnvn S 111 Frnncihco
ill. S, N Sue. u ill be due from San r rancitco this
iv 111. with U. S. mill.
1 lie 1, at a. o. .eaianuia, nence ,vug, Din, arriveu
at S)dncyAuir ailh
Captain McCulloch of the Khooner Anna will pUav;
accept our thanks for file, of late San Francisco paper v
rhe AmeiKaiitem Mary Dodge, at the ttplanade,
hat dtschaoied her cargo of lumber, and iaiU to-Uay fur
llumboKIl, t a
lhe Hawaiian lark Kalakaua, at llrewcr & Co..
wharf, ha. proiuicd a full cargo and will wul to-ilay for
I he German balk Adolpli is in the ttrcain loading
with Kugar, elc, for San hrancijco, to sail the latter
part of lient week,
Vhc DnlUh balk Oberon has dUcharged her cargo
and hauled out into the .licain. Mie .ail. for Portland,
Oregon to-day or Monday
I be llnlldi .learner Hanw Is at thl. M S. S dock
where .he lias hnded all her ficight and passenger., and
Is now awaiting th. arrival of the mad foi orders.
Pitf American balk II. V. Aim), at Hrewer & Co..
wh.vrl, hai discharged all of her down cargo and is now
on tint berth for San rrancitco, to tail Willi diutch.
'nicUntiOi balk lady latnioii lus discltargetl all of
her downcarno anil has nou hauled olf r ivh Maiket
Wluif, wheie kite L nuking ireu?ations lo Vt liove
down, copperetl, etc.
'111. Hawaiian hark Kale arrived fiom Uirmeit on
Vhuriday last, with a general cargo of European goods,
consigned 10 Mevtrs, llackfrld Co. She isdiKharc
ing at Allen & Kobmwn'ft whaif.
1 he American sloop Sport on the Wave airived t
IVeMlay.at dav.fruui San rranclsco, which port she
left, bound to Midway Island, but when in is N she
met withgull. strong trades, the baltavt shifted, and th.
captain auicluded to keep oir before the wmd, and
finally brought up at this poit.
Not Oilison himself dares try to disown his
organized fraud. Not his most niHilogctic
friends, whose consciences he has stiipified
with his oily tongue, dare to deny it. Wc will
once more set forth his scandalous record, not
from the satisfaction of rccallinc his sins and
follies, but because his occupancy of the high
il.ue of Premier, to which lie Ins cilmweil and
squirmed his way, makes his exceptionally
evil personal clnractcr of sufficient consequence
to be carefully noted by every person who cares
for honesty and nobility of character in those
to whom grave public interests arc intrusted.
What are the acknowledged facts of his his
tory? At the age of forty-five, in the full vigor
of unnhood, he adopted Mormonism, as he
Ins often tinblusliingly avowed, not front any
fallli in its tenets, but because he saw in it an
efficient system for controlling men. I'or one
or two )cars he implojeil his deceptive tongue
in propagating Mormon doctrines, which he
despised, and in cultivating an unctuous relig
ious diction lie was then commissioned by
llrigham Voung to proceed to the Kast Indies
in the interests of Mormonism. lie worked
Ins way as far as Honolulu, and finding here a
touple of thousand adherents of his cliutcli, he
clnnged his plans. He summoned a conven
tion of the "saints" at U'ailuku, in the mean
time providing written commissions from Young
and his associates, which purported to appoint
him head of the latter-day saints in Hawaii.
Armed with these credentials, and his own elo
quent and cunning tongue, he filled the assem
bled saints with vast enthusiasm for the little
.ion on I-anai lo which he pointed them. He
extracted from their impoverished store several
thousand dollars in coin, to raise which, many
gsjveup their all for details of which sec
"Shepherd baint of Lanai." Taking the
money thus obtained on false pretences, he
founded the sheep ranch of I'alawai.
These are the notorious facts of Gibson's life
as a spurious Mormon for several jc-us. He
cannot, and never Ins attempted lo deny them.
During this period, in the full ripeness of mind
and character he lived the life of a willful im
postor and deceiver. He never scrupled to
perform the most sacred functions, baptizing
converts, lajing on ordaining hands and com
missioning priests and apostles. He never
feared.to appeal to the Highest and Holiest in
support of his authority, nor hesitated to call
blasphemously upon the name of the Deity or
of the divine Redeemer, to witness his own
sacred endow merit. Are these charges deemed
violent or exaggerated? We appeal to the
w illicit record to prove their truth and tnodcr
ation. The fact is, that this man Gibson
showed a capacity for reckless imposition of no
Convicted impostors are plenty, butverv few
find their way afterwards to places of power in
respectable communities. It is a great public
wrong that such a character has been foisted
upon the intelligent public of Hawaii as chief
ruler, and it is a wrong that will not cease to
irritate and disturb until it is rectified. Evcry
man with any regard for honesty feels himself
insulted nnd outraged when such a. knave is
set up over him.
Wc have here a kindly community that has
for scan, tolerated this remorseless deceiver
who, with his glowing eloquent tongue has
swindled the poor native people. Some (lave
even tiicd to find extenuating pleas for him, as
not to be judged by ordinary rules j but when
it comes to having such a character set over us
we begin to revolt; all tint is honest and
decent w ithin us rises up against the imposition.
It is, therefore, time for us to tell the sovereign
in plain and unmistakable' terms, that by keep
ing such a Hrson in authority, he is shocking
the public sense of deceney; creating an in
cieasiug sense of insecurity in public affairs and
dimaging the state fmanciilly and in every
other vv a), 'I hcrf is no natural tendency to
revolt among us; there is no setious revolu
liouary clement. Hut sonic things ate intoler
able, and wc would lc unlojal tn the sov creign
and false to the interests of Hawaii did wc do
less than .saj that no real peace can exist while
the present state of things continue.
hive anvthing to do with the governmental
complications. In the first place Kalakaua
was placed upon the throne by a skillful and
artful minority in opposition to the wish of the
!copte, ot of the majority of them nt least.
This was the ignal for a dcmostralion by no
means flattering or reassuring to him, and
should have given him a cue for future action.
The King's unpopularity was alone the cause
of this public expression of disapproval. The
Cabinet was in no wise reonsiblc for it! in
deed hut for the supjnrl of the Cabinet, and
the determination of a few who had not jet
lost faith In Kalakaua, his reign would have
been as brief as brilliant, nnd his hopes would
have been snuffed out like a farthing rush-light
in a gust of wind. He was forced upon the
throne by a handful of partian leaders op
ioscd to aumvcmlly popular candidate. Dis
order and disaster were natural consequences.
Then came the more picturesque but no less
disastrous cpividc -the advent of the " Sunny
Italian." Those who still believed in Kalakatii,
now had their faith shiken to its foundation.
Gulled by this adventurer, Infatuated by the
arts of Ihc most artful of his race, the king
spurned the counsel of his advisers and, scorn
fully dismissing them, took Moreno to his
There Is, pcthais, nothing more farcical in
history than thisrwrii and the climax tint
naturally succcded it. It Is just "issilile that
the King Ins never fully realized how nearly
fatal that step was. Autocracy was no more
palatable in those davs than it is at pres
ent; the roval guard was doubled, guns were
wheeled into osition, foreign powers threw
their protecting arms about the palace and the
"Sunny Italian" received "notice to quit,"
an opjiortunity which he embraced with the
theatrical ardor of a chorus singer in the Grand
Opera. This was the natural consequence of
cjiochal episode No. 2.
The third epoch may not be far distant. Is
this era of distrust and disgust slowly foreshad
owing the inevitable? Having lost the confi
dence of his people, and this apparently with
out a pang, the King smiles as usual, but the
guards once more sleep on their arms, nnd the
awkward squad's tread is muffled in thcdiistof
night, It is a comic reign of terror backed bj
a brace of guns that, In the hands of His Maj
csty'sannlcurs, may vet succeed in crowding the
wards of the Queen's Hospital with dismem
bered innocents. And again wc feci con
strained to ask Why?
It is because the rojal head is turned; lie-
cause its tongue has bctrajed the trust and lost
the confidence of its most tenacious suportcrs.
It is because the ro)al heart warms only toward
those who are willing lo pander to its lusts. It
is because the rojal hand is greedy and is
speedily raised against those whriarc loo hon
est and loo honorable to humor the rojal
whims. Indignant disapproval lioldly ex
pressed nnd manfully adhered to is the natural
What lessons are to be learned from these
x.rfectly natural consequences,? The commu
nity evidences no desire to employ violence in
gaining the end so necessary to the future wel
fare of this government. A King who ph)s
his part as well as the other actors who are
down in the bill, is an interesting adjunct to
the drama. The King who plavs it ill is twice
as ridiculous in consequence of the total absence
of tint divinity w hicli is poetically said to httlgt
a king. Nor does the community ask too
much of a government whose house it builds,
whose back it clothes, whose mouth it fills, lib
erally. It merely asVs for the restoration of a
constitution now seriously inipircd which in
its natural condition, is good enough lo last
the kingdom a very long time to come. It
asks, and it has a right to ask, that the Cabinet
shall be thoroughly renovated, rejuvenated and
repaired! that those who are unworthy of the
high positions they now belittle may be dis
missed. It asks that it may see no more of
this itching autocracy! That the Cabinet may
be suffered to exercise its prerogatives without
impediment. Iiut above and first of all, it asks
that the pertinacious Premier may lie permit
ted to withdraw at once to that pastoral seclu
sion which is forever associated with his mem
ory and that there he may be allowed to sink
into his last long sleep, as another natural consequence.
more than the royal pleasure to unseat a minis
try that have earned the jioptilar approliation,
Public opinion can no longer brook the mere
mvih of ministerial responsibility, but will in
slst upon its existence In a more tangible form
than as a mere loophole through which royally
may crawl nt Its pleasure. There is a spirit of
reform, suggested by the necessities of the case,
which Is every stay gathering force and Incom
ing intolerant of the misuse and abuse of pow
er, which until now, has licen allowed lo exist
with but little check. If ever there wasunan
imit) of feeling upon this point it is now, and
not all the intriguing flatterers that can be
pressed Into service at court, or the tortured ut
Icrances of a ncwspiicr subsidised in their
cause, can stem the tide that Is fast selling in
in favor of constitutinnalandcconnmical govern
ment. It is not enough that taxes arc not vet
exorbitant that the national debt is vet small;
vi long as the prospect Is certainly in view,
tiiat I sot Ii arc to be pnqiortionatcly augmented
to pa) for the extra luxury of a favored few. It
Is not enough that no Migrant viohtion of the
constitution Ins licen made by the government,
so long as there is any tacit desire shown by
the crown to gather to itself lowers which arc
not contemplated bt the constitution, and so
long as these things exist will a feeling of un
rest pervade the cominunit), and so long will
danger threaten. None here but a diminutive
handful would wish to sulislitutc a republican
form of government for a good government
under our constitution, and much less do we
believe lint there are any in our midst, who
would wish to see revolution and general dis
order set up for the mere chance of some gotnl
tumbling out of the ruins it would create. It
is cspcchllv this wc would vvisli to avpid, and
therefore lint we have sjioken thus phinl).
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J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate 13roler,
Offers' thn following nchednln t
COTTAOF on King- itreet-comfortaUe, and neatly
Ixaled, adjoining James I Ilowtett. residence, con
tains 5 rooms, bath, water, neat grounds.
Rental $34 a month.
COTPAflK on Llhh street near King sirel, con'
tains J rooms, tellar, stable, cnrrlvge house,faddxk,
gvrden and neat grounds.
$jorent ft month
SMAII, tOTTAOt. suitable for man and wife, on
Rental $10 ft month.
IIOMr.SrKAD.at KalilM, 1 miles
ble for dairy pur
A I'l AUISIDIK HISTORY,
from town Ample grounds, suital
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So lease ; $300 ft year
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with all modern improvements, stable, chicken house
etc , etc
Rental 30 a month
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Rent of land $30 a month,
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Cottage renti for $is per month
I WO 1IO0SFS lo RKNT nnd tOKNirUKi: for
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Rental $15 a month
FINK IlUli.DINCl SITE to SF.t.b-situaie on Nuu.
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Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port. For
freight or passage aptily to
toj F A SCHAKFER A. Co., Agent
OSTOtf ANU IIOaSOLUIaU PAcTkLT UNfc.
A K RIVALS,
Krvwn St. Michael. pr lUiua, Sept 9.-118.1 Porta
Kriwii k aiul Kau, per 1 waUnl, Siil, i Mht
M Haley. W It U is, J lie) Ant, l Naunc, A M hproull
11 RSmihf, It Maun, M M Ulor, hT.Sumh, Mrs
C I! Juhmoti, MUs 11 N tuMcr, Mtu Klnn-, C Mti
ntrtAe, wif arui thtUren, and 78 ilul
troin iwrt trancitco, per Auiiu, Sept IJ Mat.
Welch ami 38 Chtnoe,
For Kahului, per Klhuca Hou. Sept 11 -Kobcrt
for Maul and MolsAoi, per Lehua, Sept. 11 Ja
Cuwant and w ife- W 1 1 Slow e. wife andto children,
K V Mcer. Ottu Mt)tr, Thai Cut.niuhaiu, Mr
llarrurd, l NaprU, ami about s decl.
or kaual. per O R, Uuhop, !xirt. ii-Joliti P
Caln, V H kU Kev A O tint. M L HaUenWA.
Mr aitd Mr Kauai, K 1, Kauai and Mi Kauai, Win
Hardy, C lWtltluu.il. Mr rredinbenj. W Sxhniuh, Mr
Kohler, Mitt laner, and ahoul devk.
For WuuWard ports, per UVehie. SeW it l K
UUIdve.H K H KaiuUm.Miu lUroe. Mr Went
orth. Mm reer, W Will, Mr Pullcti. Mr Kothcl,
Kev b r lUbhsjp, P I U) widen aud nf sutd four
cluldrtn. Wl)can, J P CVman. 11 P tt tullcy frit
Haley, K Ward, T Woller and ife, PN MaWec, M.m
Uechoni. W PA Hier, 11 Conmell, II 1. Slwldon
aim on, 0 Coftta, r&Mi.C J Auuio, C lIaUin, i
L l)h4, H Wctbv Mr Uruce, S IWlvtr, three MU
Coney, two Miv Hkhardwi., C Kobcit, V K Wter,
b Mai Wat, J PColenian. U Cro mnberf, Jude Ka
nuioptU, toif and child, M !er, P ItuiUr, Mr
kf lined y, Cap Marvhani. J ll May ami wife, Mr
Haalelca. CuitU lauVia, H Kodert, MU r cititt II
RasT. Alhl SlU dttskL.
Pjc Kona and Kau, per taUnIt Sept 11 Her
Maiciay Uueen Uoager bmnu and uiite, Mtt Na
pulaon. C MeUieUe, W It Datie. M M lalgr, A W
Bproullf J KumcI, k Prenoti, K Wallace, and toudeck.
I'roat San Kraocisca, ea. Ann, Srot. is.-7( hxs. ao
yUt 1 ca. canned fruil, so hales hay, 31 sks. grain,
.cs. ouidus, s cuses ajut s6 sks. joutova, 16 Lt &n
riks, to lUlss ig Co.; yu sit. graiu, 1 ha cuttsr, V
U. W. Uacfartana & Co.; ; a. se.uig uuchuxa u
Castk & Coossj Ka pais, lour, Ltuehu fv Co.; 100
It is inula the ausicc of Walter Murray
GibiOii that the King is now iirciKtring to re
ccivv liii Ciown. lli Majelv Is e'xix'ctinK to
borrow nililltional lutre fur his throne by re'
eel v inn a Crovvn at the hands of this rortsgailc
Mormon swindler. ThcKraml ceicinoniea to
which the vtorM isinvitLsl,ate leiin;cni;inecul
!)) this eminent knave-, ThWI'ritiutc, this G rami
I'anjamlarum of the lallcr-iluy- Saints on
Hawaii is to boss the whole Job, and alt the
(K'lforineis fiom the highest in the Unit ilovvn
to the iiiitloon-bearir are to lie nuiiH,U
iiiatiiuiUteil by (his a(;evl fiaud, Ilalil
" Uneasy lic the henl that wears a croun,"
'I he crown U in r.o vvUe a leeiiing-eap, it ncv-
it has lwen ami never will be one, ami here let
ii aiUl that thete have been unmistakable evi
dence of unrest within the julace walls ever
since the txinning of Kalakaua' reign, Upon
the slightest invocation the alarm i, somuleil
and, though lli Majesty's Mngl) front is, to
all aoiMMMnces, untultlcvl, beneath the ample
and immaculate linen throbs a heait that is not
hy is this ? 1 1 an ail is a kingdom of such
undignified proportions that this alone is suITi
cient tu distinguish it fiom all other political
division of the earth's surface. Here an epi
sode may be termed, by courtesy on epexh.
1e J C. ., in an article he-ided "Con
stitittionalism," would air the views of the
I'reniicr upon this subject, which is now occu-
pving the attention of better men, and we are
piomised tint the discussion of the subject will
be continued in subsequent issues. As no one
can be much astonished with an) thing that the
I'renuer or any that are "pigging with him in
the same truckle-bed" may say, wc see no ne
cessity that the utterances should occupy much
of our time or attention. Hut wc admit that
lioth his position and his v iew t arc unique. Kor
instance lie propounds the doctrine of the
right of the King to "V an active politician
and use all the influence he possesses to induce
legislators to favor measures which he himself
apptoves," such as feting them and promising
and giving them rewards for their votes. The
Gibsonian organ thinks the King has a right
"to secure the return to the legislature of men
(v hose ideas coincide with his own." These
seem to have been represented as a class by
out I.ilikalanis, Lahttahis, and Gibsons, men
known the country over for their staunch ad
herence to rovally and the grab ftrsuaswii.
Ilecause President Hajes' cabinet (as the AJ
itrtistr alleges) stumped the count')" n fen
)ears since in favor of republicanism weare re
minded that the King has a right to stump this
country also in favor of himself. Kamehame
Iia V broke up the constitution of 1S.12 and
gave the people a new one of his own making.
As well might this fact furnish Kalakaua
n reason to follow the example, but who is in
sane cnoiign toauvisc Hint to try It. It was
tVniM the wolf had wool, and tdauit animals
that have wool are shorn, that the madman at
tempted to shear him. Then wc are lold of
the King " That his enemies may knock him ofT
the throne by force, but neither their sneers
nor their money inlluence seem likely ever to
reduce him to the 'pupiiet' condition." An)
thing contraty In the views of the '. C. .1,,
on constitutionalism, are of course to lie consid
ered onl) as "sneers," and those utteiingthem
OUR SITUATION AGAAV,
The present awkward position in which His
Majcst) must find himself placet! as the result
of lending a listening ear to the s)copliancy
jnd truckling of unprincipled advisers, should
lie a lesson to him in future, and lie will lie
blind, indeed, if he cannot see by the indica
tions which are already apvircnt that the tem
per of his people has leen faiily roused and is
already at that point where fOilieatanceiiuylie
eavily overturned, It is only the madness of
foil) tint could possibly lead any one in a like
position, lo ignore the decided and universal
expression of opinion that is dally heard
throughout his kingdom in reprobation of the
present conduct of his government and the
faithless men he has placed at the head of af
fairs. It is to Ise hoped that the tumor is not
without foundation, that a change in the cabi
net is contemplated, and that the King will rid
himself of such counsellors as have brought
themselves into popular contempt by their ac.
lions, and himself into disfavor with his h.h
pie thiough their counsels. How ev c this may
Midnight and Mystery.
Midnight on I.inai. The nestling Hocks,
hushed by the piping of their watchful keep
ers, slumbered among the umbrageous vales of
the enchanted island. The usually rude winds
faltering uion the leaf-mantled hills sighed
softly under the caves of the ptimativc cot
that sheltered the Shepherd Saint.
What was the world or its cares to him?
Nothing, absolutely nothing 1 .Sea-born child
of the Deep; the same ni)stcry tint enshrouded
Ins origin still cnvoloped hirii. In the solitude
of his island-home he slept the sleep of inno
cence, and in that sleep lie dreamed. No fra
grant Harries flickered upon a tripod in his
chamber, freighting the air with subtle and de
licious odours; no minstrels ph)ed softly in
his court to sooth his fancy. 'I he orange
groves, vvhieh have been so often celebrated in
his pastoral letters, were all suflieient; or the
occasioml cry of the pitlictic aiiku ringing
from the depths of the aromatic groves re
minded him even in his dream, that saint
though he was he was still a shepherd in bis
In the ni)sterious midnight aliove referred
tn, the Shepherd Saint received a revelation.
It was not the first nor the second time that
the angels hid visited him, but the visitations
were of a similar character and ever tended lo
one end: to wit, the elevation of his adopted
nee and the strengthening of the nation
though him, their prophet, priest and king as
it were. With the famticism of aconvcrt he
instructed and applauded the people: with the
real of a crusader he sought to arouse their en
thusiasm; if an effort failed of the desired end
th.-re was another and )et another at hand,
and to these he had recourse in turn. He&ce
his perennial vicor. his eternal hone, his vl.rv
yjest vision, and the encore of the angclvo
This revelation was destined to beotsturK.n
clfcus importance to mankind at large; it did
not matter that Lanai was omitted from the
popular geographies, or that its prophet was
without honor even in the remotest parts;, a
breathless world, notwithstanding, hung upon
the inspiration of his lips. He arose from his
prophetic pillow and went gloriously forth to
walk among the stir. His heart beat wildly,
for in his v ision he had seui a new- constellation
in the heavens, the reflection of a new diadem
upon the earth. He hid acheived a dazzling
victor); a coronctctl king, his king, had risen
up and called him blessed and nothing in the
shape of terrestrial taffy could touch him fur
ther. In the day when kings were voted absolute,
when thrones were crumbling into the dust, he,
the Shepherd Saint, Ind evolved out of his in
ner consciousness, in the similitude of a dream,
one of those imperial pla)things a crown
and thus established bc)ond rpiestion the falla
cy of all human judgement.
Hut how was the briliam climax to lie
achieved? He, the Shepherd Saint, must be
come Premier; as Premier he could father the
Crown anil thus climbing the golden stair, at
hst jt were not impossible that the crown
might ultimately by hook or by crook or by
ballot, rest upon his brow; after which a harp
alone would be necessary to his highly appro
priate apotheosis! In any case the fortrottcn
isles of the sea would ag-tin loom above the
To our former atock, ex Kalalcnuts,
Sucr, and City of Svdriey.
AND 5Hir- 4T(1KK5,
Cordige, Hemp. Mini la, Cotton Duck, FUx Canfav
Max bail I wine, Ileeiwax, I Hoc It i, Oars, (3 to 34
fl) Shackles, bales or Oakum, Hooks and
IhlmUes, Club Hlocks, Snatch Mucks,
Iron Si ran 1 Hocks, Rowlocks, Mast
Heads, Metahne and patent llu.h-
ings. Sheaves, (assorted sixes)
block holm lar, 1'itch,
Coal 1 ar, 1 ar Oil.
Bright Varniah, Black Varnish.
Wire Kigeine, Marline, Seiring llouseing, Kathn,Spun-
yarn, Caulking Irons, Cujjit lacks. Iron lacks.
Connecting Link, Marline spikes, Caulking'
Mallets, Mast Iloois, Hand spikes, Pitch
Mops 'lar Hrinhen, l'ACIHC KUIS
IfhK PAINT, a new lot includ
ing all the various colors,
JaintH an7 laint OUh,
ALL KINDS AND COLORS,
A full assortment of BRUSHES Paint-, Varnish-,
Pencil , Whitewash .Paste , Artist-, Scrub-, Shoe-,
and Sash Hrushes a good assortment
of each AXLSand HAT CHE IS, (wood
and shingling), SHIP LANTERNS
and Side Lights, (regulation
A full assortment of fine groceries, including some
LMUitr, VAKIi-.llhSol UAiMNt.ll UUUUb
'lable Pie 1-ruits, Jams and Jellies, (a new ar
ticle put up by a new firm, which v,e can
highly recommend as being something
really nice;, a new lot 01 leas, in
cluding some superior Japan
vane tics. Sugar, (raw and
refined), I lam, lUcon,
Smoked Jieef, in Tins,
(a new article), CURRIED FOWL, Curried OYS
TERS, PLUaM PUDDINGS, kits of Salmon
Uelhes, kits Mackerel, kits Tongues, Sounds,
etc. Codfish, Cheese. Oxford Sausage, in
tins, Hat sins in $, $ and i boi.es,
Kaisins in lias. Currants in 4 and
7 lb tins, Pickles in 1-, 2-, 4
quarts 1 to 5 gallon kegs,
Tapioca, Vermicelli, Macaroni,
Dned Apples, Prunes, Plums, Peaches, Pears.
Hour, Provisions, Hread,
Golden Gate Extra Family-, Eldorado, Golden Cit)-,
Graham , Oat-, and Corn Meal, Medium Bread,
Crackers, (an assortment). Ginger Snaps,
latTy, Saloon Pilot Bread, Soda Biscuits,
Ktv.c ana v-urrw., vtnaii
OOMETHING NEW I
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Having purcliased the HiMogr.iph Gallery r.f .Mr, M.
Dickson, will continue the bimnrssai the old stand
Bi INCREASED rAULIIIES and em-
iloung FIRS! CLASS ARIIS1S. we
shalfendeavr to nuintain.thepteMige
of the old nnd popular Galler),
and to merit a literal patron
age by fair dealing and
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
We are prepared to do all kinds of work from .Minia
ture 10 me ric cuiirr 111
VVA'I KR COI.OKS,
Ilie only Gallery in Honolulu, which lias a complete
In addition to thc- purchased of Mr. Dickson, we
hae the entire collection of VIEWS and Portrait
Negatives made b Mr Chase, thus enabling
us to offer the greatest variet) in views,
AND I.AVA MOW VIEWS.
Also, a supply of Htwaiiin and South Sea Island cur
iosities, Fern-., Shells, &c A fine stock of I rames,
Mats, anil rassepartouts c-oiisianuy vn iuihi
V!mr(fr Itvannttubln ami Nnthfiicthnt
Give us a call. J- Williams & Co.
,4 qr Numbers 103 and 104 Fort Street.
"AM Y T lilt NJ4 li,"
Irom Itoslon, Oct. 15, if sufficient inducements offers
Order shuultl k forward eaily in insure shipment
For further tsirticuWs apply lo C IIRF.WEK & Co.
Supri'loi' Siimrr I'liuio,
Of Richard Lipp & Smn, Stuttgart,
also, siri'i:ition cLAHiyrs,
and other V ines,
I iiiuors and I hjuers. Genuine MamU Cijrus. Further
to irrive er l,k Kale, due in all ei temher, a
Siiilit ' I'llsluvr Urn;
In Quarts and I'mts.
further toanive, ter Ik Imatt from Nev Vork, due
in nil beplemler.
IfiniMflioht Nrirtiifi Murhliiti,
Kerosene Oil, Matches in Pin,
105-4 For sale !,v Ki IIiiffschlafger & Co
A fRANK COO Kk,
ARlSr FOR TIIK rOILOWlHfi CtMlTMi
WAII.KI.F., MAI 010,
M.S. SIKiiF.U KALUNA,
M0 . Red ilh White Hall OfTice corner of
Queen ami Nunnnu Street
STKAM Eli ErJCELfJUJ,
Strain.?!- 1 lkehke will hrave Honolulu each 'Tuesday
at 4 f M . touching at Iihairvt, .Maalaea Hay, MaWrtJ,
.Mahukona, Kawaihae, uuiaiioenoearm iiiki
Returning will touch at all the above port, arriving
at Honolulu each .Sunday A. M
10) v iitiir f x v,u
If. II. VfOHMiiian
11i New York Agents of this Popular Line will dis
patch a First class vessel fur this 1'int the last of
Octotcr Parties wishing lo ship hy this Line
Mill do weil toseml their orders by the nest
Sieamer to Insure their ffeifthl tetng
taken. Freight taken at kiwestrates.
lot sm CS"II.F.&(.OOKF
bperm Oil, hpertn
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A LDRIDGE 8c HAYBALL.
Builders and Contractors; Plans and
WILL GO TO 'HIE OIHER ISLANDS.
Estimates given on all work connected with the
Bridge work, stone and brici work, sugar mills and
other works erected.
Repairing of old buildings promptly
Ititddings put up on the Instalment plan. '
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED AT BED
ROCK PRICES I
Are wanted for building a line of stone and concrete
Fencing on the two fronts of the Nuuanu Cemetery.
Uids for the
are asked for to be opened on SVTUrUUY, SEPT.
ii Plans and Specifications can be seen at
theofficeof JOIINH. PAIV,
Secretary Nuinnu Cemetery Asst'n,
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1883, 105 at
W. MACFARLANE A: Co.,
OiTer for tal
Ihe following MfRCHANIHSC and .MACHINEUV
just received ir Enttdi lark Oberon and lo
arme per Hansa, now fully due, cases
6, 7, 8, nml 9 ft. lsl English
Gal.anied Kidging fur same. (
HIILS. lst Inghsh POIUEANU CEMENT,
I Mil. Ust
Annealed Fencing Wire,
No. 4, 5 and C
English Galvanized Fencing Wire,
No 5 ami 6.
Coils Galvanized Wire Rope all sizes,
Of which there U a number of worthless
imitations in the market,
Weare the original importer and SOEIV AGENTS
of the Hag and the great demand for them
from the Planter has induced some
manufacturers and their agents
to get up a cheap imita
tiou of them.
A fine assortment of
A splendid assortment of Enfihdi and French
CROC ERI ES
iCEANIC SIEMHHIP COMPANY.
The At Itritish Steamer
Will leave Sin Frantisco for Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu on the arnd day of each
month San Francisco Aftents,
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Honolulu Agents, 3'7 Market St.,
VM. G IRWI.V&Co. o,
pRIO FOR SALE
THE ltttlG XIN1TO,
Having undergone extensive repairs, Uh a good in
tentory, and well found In bads, Kifcinys, etc.. is
now offered for sale For Particulars inquire of
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pEANIEIf.S LINE FOR SAN FKANCISCO.
JtliKiriUt l Co,, AffcntH,
.Merchandise receiNfcd Storage Free, and liberal cash
advances made on shipments by thi line
Neat door to llackfrld & Co '.
Honolulu, II I., ,
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
Wheel making eiecutetl on the most sciennncprtn
ci(Ies. At this 'establishment horses are
In the lllacksmilhs' department all work will be turned
out in the future, as in the past, b rirstclass ,
nuking exclusive!) Orders for any
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Uuggy
nuking exclusive!) Uruers f or any kinu ot a
w heeled ehiclereiftived and promptly executed.
Our "Usual Supply of requirements for the Trad,
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at
tentton. , 1050.
ONOLULU CLOTHING EM-
A1I of the above will he SOLD at the II EST MAR
JtdTBuv era are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine our stock.
BOIXES sfc Co,
horizon of history, and with thcni the appari
tion of tho Premier, in the attitude of the Co
lossus of Rhodts, hU individual feet beautiful
upon the respective mountains of Hawaii and
Niihatt, as lie liowU the glad tidings to a be.
nighled world. It was all hU private proper
tythis remarkable vision. The sole right
nnd title to it are vested in him. A heaven-
liorn virion, conceived in the chaste solitude of
his select island. The bright spirits who hov
ered ovir him in the night watches can bear
testimony to the purity of his motives and the
unimpeachable bounty of his purpose in
short it was an immaculate conception.
Let the scornful curl his lip, and the scoffer
cry out, the interesting fact remains that the
Premier though a missionary has not wasted
his dajs in profitless vagaries! and when the
georgeoussvinliolhas passed from the hands
of the crown Jeweller to ihe brow of the Lord's
anointed, if thire be any among jou who are
doubtful as to the origin rtor of the exceptional
ami necessarily final lete "that Coronation,"
then the good Premier can blushingly, ariae
and, placing his hand upon hiv hcatt say, " It
was I, Walter the dteam-builder, the only
Udnon, better known as Coroner to His
Majesty Kalakaua I."
To be continued.)
"IITAN1EDI WASTED 1 1
it Sheejt Shea re vs.
AjJ- w II. HACKFELD & Co.,
Honolulu. Scot it, iftSa. t7-at
Otraan of Lota la Nuuutu
' CsMBtry '
tU lilcasc hand bi their names to the treasurer, A. J
CAR I WHICH I", or the undersigned, and they wilt be
liuiuwKnj stun vvoiwr IffUU,
JOHN II. PATY.
A N LNibKi'RISINU FIRM AUVtRllSES
' Hands to put on nice Ladies' Waists!" l.vtry
suun( nun id tot ciiy went iu tnar auteniseaietu
with tlM S--VUM rush that the) go IQ
hn lUy WsUK A COOl CIGAK, or ao-iht iu ih
w lute 107
'pHE LAST SUPPER.
THE LAST SUPPER,
We read in Hfcly Writ that our Blessed Savior was
bet raj ed at the Last Supper. 1 don't wish to be under
stood that the Ust supper at the Haanan Hotel lias, or
Hill, betray an) one: it was gotten up merely to honor
our American Ministers and Consul. 1 was much tur
pntd to hear men talk of ramrodi and Catling guns.
but still think we are safe.for there Mas one man amongst
the muted guests that was ioal to the core, and he was
not born In the Cradle of Liberty (Hosion), nor on
Hunker Hill, but south of Mason and Dixon's line.
1 hat mau re tables my old fa. onte statesman, John C
Caihs.uii ).. features are Strom; and ancular in their
outline. Indicating extraordinary firmness of will, his
eies dark and glowing; the general expression of his
countenance thoughtful, his manners simple and dignb
lieu: nil IVlViiHJ HIV llUIBiU lUVVIII UUIIWMM,, un
tachmcntswarm,and he Is generous and charitable, M
an orator, le lias more lemosthenean simplicity and
luft thought than most Americans. His speeches are
nwdet In arrangement and furce of expression; human
tier tu speaking tsalwa)maesitcv but seldom animated
or rather excited, but occasionally he bursts furth. In
the politics of these islands he takes no part, and would
uccrpi of no othce except that bf lloss. He will leave a
deep impression, and his reputation may be sail to be
Increasing every day,
t am Deputed lo war in any form; In fact, 1 don't
thinVvte shall lave any, for wc have Ihc Good Shep
herd l" guide us by day and watch us by night. The
unlv war implements he lias are the crook and the pen,
which Lurulilo said was mightier than the sword. Kc
t seated applause. 1 I don't think wt will have an) war;
if we should, t hope we private soldiers won't have lo
fight, for shooting around promiscuously Is very un
pleasant, especially the report of fire arms; in fad. I
got enough of that In the United Status, although I
passed through thai w.r and neter got a scratch, In
truth, I don't think I heard a report of a gun that was
engaged in battle. 1 hope, If we have war, U mil U
conducted on the same pun as when D-tv.d and Coluh
kctilcJ thatunidcasantnesa hctwecathtlwoErcal armies:
that is the U)( of fighting 1 like to see done, we poor
privates stand and look on.
1 am wanueniB irum mr ici. u siuwci,
ThcimtLa U widely prtsalcut I ha l 11 is unhealthy to
eai late at night or Just before retiring '11ns came from
the &cer denunciation of late suppers contained In
nearly all the old works on Diet. Ihe argument In
these publication was not directed against food at a
late hour in the dayt but against what was Involved In a
late supper, at a pertod when the revelers slipped from
the chairs and spcut the night under (he table. A man
may indue apotdexy by gorging himself with food at
any Iwur Utheday, but lt bottle aftr Lottie of wui
or the, bow Is of punch at the evening revel were what
did the business fur most who ran brief careers of dii
puliofi toumimelygnne. ( Man U the only animal tnat
can be taught t sleep nuieilyoo ao mpty stomach.
'Ilia Lrute creation rcnU all efforts to coax them to
such a viuutUw of the laws of nature, the lion roars La
the fvjreht until he has fouud his prey, and when he has
devoured it he sleep uver It untu hm needs another
meal, the horse ill paw all night in lh stable, and the
pig will squeal in tne pen, rciuung au re or siccp umu
they are fed. '11m aiumais whkn chew their cud havt
their o u pfutUons for aUte meal. just Ufuew droppsa
to their tughily (dumbors.
I am off my subject again. In case of war,u U twees
wry tu have camagca. la rcadusi the History of Um
War of the Umud Stales." I nod the was ou General
almost captured, or would have been captured, if be. had
nut been ut hi carrutf. he barely escaping, and braving
ou leg in the camags. So, you see, u u netewyw
hav cnrH sges. I have turned out oue fur Ills Majesty
and aasxhet alawa aiushxd: one for His Lacelkncy the
I'reniicr. l' AiildUMorw for His fc.xce.kncy. the M-tumey-Gcoeral,
cot for Hon, A Si Cteghorn, one lor
J II. aiy , Ksq.one for r A. SJuefrr, and a host of
(Signed M, J. UOK,
-pO THE PUBLIC
i$ml M'latttetM tit I'uiitrulitr
As a number of Planters and others have requested me
to Purchase Stock for them, I shall leave Hon
olulu on the 95th instant to attend to the same.
Any others wishing
Stock for Plantation use,
of whatever nature, will j lease sand in their orders,
which udl hase my feFST attbmion, NO Klbkb
TAKEN after delivery on board at San
Vouch bus pkoih'CKU for all purchases, upon which a
commission cnarge 01 5 win i maue,
6-irn J. N. WRIGHT, Koloa, Kauai.
When other boots and other shoes
Have not been wearing well.
And by the language tliat you use
It's plain there's been a sell
With worn out soles, buckles . ft
Ana buttons too
!1s a shame to see.
In such a scene all we ask
And strap or button too,
Twould be a shame to sec;
Then all I ask that son
May go and growl no more
Hut but your boots and blioc-s
At GKK1ZS 114 roit Street Store, 51 (jr
mil Ic gisen on arrival of the steamshirHansa.
a small invoice of
PKUSONS 1NDEHTKD 10 DAVID
Crownimiberir. cf Makawao. MauL a Iunkruit.
re hereby notified to pay the amount of ftuch indebted
ness to tne unucrsignea; aim tnai an persons naviug in
ihs-ir chrem nr immjwuKjIi. anv tuAe. I no rt fa tie s. or
other property of said bankrupt, are hereby uullicd to
deliver the same to the undersigned, and that they will
m personally liaMe lor neglect to conipiywun tnts n-j-lice
If they pay any monies, or deliver any prvpert)
to said David Crowningberg.
P. C Jonm, Jr,
J (.st cm O, Cautkb.
AliifHHt U Bankruptcy p thf tiitati DaHJ
" Honolulu. Sept. 6, iS3j.
and Cambric H'dkfs
DIRECT FROM IREIsAITD.'
A small invoice of choice WATER COLORS by eel
ebratetl artists. AIo la arrive hy vcs.fl now load
inaatGbsao, a CASl IRON VACUUM
I'AN 6 feet draw and 7 feet deep ; I Va
cuum I'timping r nginc14 inch C)l
indcr and 14 inch stroke ; 3
WROUGHT IRON TANKS,
Kach 1000 gals, raucily: 1 uruughl iron Cliunney, 65
lect nian, 37 incnes uianmcr, a 11,1 iitu.Kft
Mullilububr lloder, 10 feet long, 6 (eel diame
ter, with furnace front, doms, etc., com
plete t four y inch Veslons 1'atent
Self Ualancini; Susiwndstt Sugar
with the requisite lndciendent Iron framing;: wrought
iron nugar .sitscr, 01 acuju wsii.y,iwiMiici,
driving gear, etc ; a high prurw Dugorul
Steam hngine, 6 Inch C)hndcr, it) Inch
stroke, with governor, Hwhveel and
Ulttng for driving centtifugals;
a wrought Iron
4 SoaOALLOM STEAM CLARIHKRS.
To make room for a NEW CONSIGNMENT of
on theway from EUROPE,,the present stock will be
sold rtanriUemt of Coaf.
A. M, MELI.1S, 104 Ft Street,
' ! Honolulu, Hi .
Staaai Pip Covering.
The undersigned have on hand a Urge stock of this
for Steam lipes and Uoilcrv which they offer for sale
In quamitw to suit purchasers.
Circulars, with samples U the cosettng. may he had by
Wm. G. IRWIN Co.
nrHE COlaONNAHEl 1 HAVE THE PLEAS
J. ux of announcing that 1 hav opened a new
kestaurant. at 9 Matisvutea atraat. d-u" the Ktdi
Market, and am prepared to furnish a 1 1 fisT-c-uu
sreaatast, Linner, supper, or i-untn, usu siw mvut
sm with a tall, as I intend lh lull of Fare of the Cube
uade 19 include all that the market anora. 1 am my
uaramce that thuM wuo
with the tVd and seri
Bosv4 Stvaatv wtekt &Luke lleaU acta.
Alwa on hand'tJingtr Pvp" on !' .. 1LLIAM
own chart cook, and can guarantee that thu wW
give use a call will be satunM
ONOLULU CLOUIINO EMPORIUM,
No. 104 Kor 1 Street, Honolllu, H.
Millinery, and Dressmaking
Conneclss) with the premises.
A. M. MELtIS, Provcietor,
MPORTANT NOTICE I
Having uuenhased lh. bsnanipt stock
of M O Cortcu, I atu now preparM tu odcr In
ladies, (,enl's and Children's
BOOTS ANP SHOES,
Superior Bugains I-OR CASH, livery description
and quality tail early tu obtain th. choice Lots.
Tk Sa or rsulMtruitUl RMlsUaesn
of tl. C. WAI.LKR,
situated in lh. splendid climate of Kaldil, adjoiaing the
Oosernment road, IsvO srules froni llw 4 orfice. H
hous. contains fuur Ualruunu, ut silling room, one
large ivarlur, Ulh ruuut, dininz lomn, pantry and kitch
en, rhe outhouse, coustrf of stnraius' iiuailsrs, a y
Hill uahle, cuacltKius., puullry-yard anJUn.
lh. hous. stands on a J acre U, water fur Irligaling
,.-. t, Ka,1 frcui, the stream, sufricicnr tusturaae fur two
horses, lit. Iee. wdl have l h. out ion of timing eighsJ
acre, of gosl land adjoining, allurding a low oi.pKlu
nity fur a famdy wishing to keep a few- cows. VKluK
WAllr.K Uld un to th. hou. Uodd't wnuuLue
shortly eapeitcd u run on this route.
I-or funhcr particulars, apply at T IIRUM t rut st.
loltlf llsl street.
H. MASON, hue .hi.tc.k ai lh. OU Comet,
c.mlsuiuig 11 arxcUa st Sieve aod fo.st.eaih.
Pars wt cwniaiiung is of th. stnaller and raref spe.se.
aa SeVsV "& Sfc easts. Orders from abroad bum U
clude postage, . and csusta rciiel) per set.
Cfelwso accompajty all orders can L. ut V. rs. csw
reocj. I'or sals at 1 HOi O. I IIUUWS rort sirtcs
s pretared iu reccit. a few pupils Tor thtausigh instruc,
lui bi Jm ruJioietu. of
KN0U1S1I. KKKNCII AMI MUSIC
Light pupil, only resetted. Tcrna uajdcrale,
rj AiaJaaa tUnt. lotVyu
OLLIblt-K & Ca, lUVINfi l'UKCUA!.EI)
. UssUcm ul wus I. i
1 ta conduct ilx Drug IV
HsuJulu, Aug. y iHa.
ilv.LuJaea.uf Musis. I. A. fulassl & Co.. will
osutuju. la conduct lis. Drug IVparliurtl at lb satua
No. St Kin tncL
II. J, NOLTE, PR0PHIE10K,
lltgs to announc to his frienda and lh. public tn gen.
cral that h. hat operwd lh ibuve Saloon where
Fiom j a. wtill 10 r. st.-"
Chosen Ly a pusoual sltioo (rusn .rssjUal saautl-
factotles. ha . ofctairwl aad ni U
added frosa wsr to Ma.
On. of IVjM.Ua ft HalU's (eUUatawi
UtMMKrte.lwW' i imUtsts-itf. Vasssw tl
j, ih.cu.catspanittyiil., .
pB. C. HOWS, 4
C Mtefaur aM4 S4MMT If A IMmm,
m Hitssl MMst. MaMklkv.
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